DTS Regulatory

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Achieve Your Product Registration And Approvals With Us

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DTS Regulatory Consulting is a group of specialised scientists. We work with our clients to provide solutions to their regulatory requirements in Australia and New Zealand.
Our consultants are experienced in successfully working with the Regulatory Authorities to achieve registration for a wide range of products including agriculture, complimentary medicines, veterinarian, medical devices, industrial chemicals and cosmetics.

The strength of DTS lies in our collaborative approach to problem solving, internally and externally. Project leadership and peer reviews are shared amongst all consultants. The outcome of this collaborative approach is the depth of knowledge that we can offer our clients.

Over the past 30 years DTS has submitted over 1500 applications to the various regulatory bodies in Australia and New Zealand. Each one of those applications have provided new information that has been added to our knowledge bank.

If negotiating the regulatory environment is important to your organisation’s future then let us join your team and be part of a successful collaborative approach.

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Antimicrobial Coatings

Antimicrobial Coatings

Stellina Popplewell Antimicrobial coatings that are incorporated in manufacture or applied to surfaces (physical barrier) to protect itself are generally considered sanitation/environmental control/environmental detoxification equipment and fall under item 12 of...

Over The Counter Cannabidiol

Over The Counter Cannabidiol

The TGA have announced a final decision to down-schedule certain low dose cannabidiol (CBD) preparations from Schedule 4 (Prescription Medicine) to Schedule 3 (Pharmacist Only Medicine). The decision allows low-dose CBD containing products, up to a maximum of 150...

Further Changes To Medical Device Regulation

Further Changes To Medical Device Regulation

From 1 October 2020, the process by which the TGA includes Class I non-measuring, non-sterile medical devices in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) has changed.  Summary Of Changes Applicants need to provide a manufacturer's Declaration of...